Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure

Synopsis: Lady and Tramp's mischievous pup, Scamp, gets fed up with rules and restrictions imposed on him by life in a family, and longs for a wild and free lifestyle. He runs away from home and into the streets where he joins a pack of stray dogs known as the "Junkyard Dogs." Buster, the pack's leader, takes an instant disliking to the "house-dog" and considers him a rival. Angel, a junkyard pup Scamp's age, longs for the safety and comfort of life in a family and the two become instant companions. Will Scamp choose the wild and free life of a stray or the unconditional love of his family?
Director(s): Darrell Rooney, Jeannine Roussel (co-director)
Production: Walt Disney Television Animation
  1 win & 7 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
69 min

# To this small, little|not too big, little, homey #

# Nice, little, quaint|little, always kindly #

# Old New England town #

# Welcome #

# If youre new to the place|and feeling uneasy #

# Fret not a bit|in this always friendly #

# Old New England town #

# Welcome #

# Welcome #

# To our family picnic #

# July Fourth picnic #

# Independence #

# Day ##

Aunt Sarah! Will we see you|at the picnic the day after tomorrow?

Of course! My precious kitties|love the Fourth of july.

Whether next of kin|or next-door neighbour

Happily we pool our labour|to give our to win a new face

- A nifty new look!|- A red, white and a blue look!

And when were done|youll never know the place

At our family picnic

july Fourth picnic



Theres a buzzing in the air

Children running everywhere

As all of us prepare

For that once-a-year|wonderful day

And our spirits are so high

Feels like Christmas in july

As we pray the hours fly

To that star-spangled|wonderful, wonderful

Wonderful day

We can hardly wait|to bathe and dress up

- We love picnics, we confess|- Yup

With Darling|and with jim Dear

Weve made a home|from which well never roam

Why would we|when were so contented here

In this fine, little|not too

Big, little, cosy

Warm, little, swell, little

Always loving

Old New England home

In our small, little|not too big, little, homey

Nice, little, quaint|little, always friendly

Old New England town





All right, time for a bath!|The waters hot.

Oh, excellent!|I love getting a bath.

- It makes my fur so silky smooth.|- Yeah!

- Me first!|- No, me first!|- No, not you! Wait a minute!

Gah! I hate baths.

just the same, Scamp, when you live|in a house, you need to be clean.

Well, then Im glad Im a wild dog.

Scamp, you know youre not supposed|to climb on the furniture.

Now, get down from there|before you break something.

Hey, lets do|some dog stuff, huh, Pop?

You know, dig up bones...

rip up flowers, chase cats.

Scamp, come on now.|Youre gonna make a mess.

- Got it!|- Dad!

Tramp? I hope youre not making|a mess in there.

All right, whirlwind.|Time to settle down.

Why dont you go play with junior?

Scamp play !


Look what you did|to my favourite hat.

If Ive told you once,|Ive told you a thousand times, no!

Lets see if you can behave long enough|for me to give you a bath.

Whoo-oo. Bad Scamp.

Scamp, stop squirming.

Bad Scamp.|Bad, bad, bad Scamp.

Well, its about time|you settled down.

- There. All done.|- Scamp!

Play ball!

Hey, come back here !

Scamp, catch the ball.

Come back here now !

No, no, no, no, no, no!

Yea! Yea!

Scamp! Scamp, whee!

- Whee! Play ball!|- Scamp! Oh, no.

- What a mess.|- Uh-oh.

This time youve gone too far.|Youve left me no choice.

Some dogs just have to learn|the hard way.

May be chaining you up|will teach you a lesson.

Im sorry, pal...

but I just dont know|what else to do.

- Serves him right.|- Simply incorrigible.

- He brought this on himself.|- Now well need another bath.

- Me first!|- No, me first!|- You first! I mean, no, no, no--


Best thing jim Dear could have done|for our boy, chaining him up.

Oh, Tramp, hes never|been chained up before.

Hes just a pup.

He has to learn to live|by the rules of the house.

Firm discipline|moulds a pup into a dog.

- Ama sen de sokaa atlmtn.|- Evet, Pidge, ama seni buldum.

And if it werent for you,|Id have wound up in the pound.

Im just trying to protect him.

Hell understand some day.

May be he needs to understand today.

I thought you might be hungry.

Im sorry, pal. Youre just gonna have|to shape up a little, thats all.

I always get blamed for everything.

Sometimes its hard|being part of a family.

You have to obey certain rules.

But I want to run wild and free|like a real dog.

Son, the world out there|is full of traps.

Here, you-- you have|a family that loves you.

As long as I do what you say.

Pop, I just dont feel|like I belong here.

Didnt you ever feel this way?

I was just like you|when I was your age.

You were never like me.

Youve been a house dog all your life.|How would you know?

Oh, youd be surprised.

Scamp, Im only trying|to protect you.

- Like putting me on a chain?|- Those are the rules, son.

All I ever hear is,|Rules, rules, rules!

Dont do this|and Dont do that!

Well, what good are teeth and, and claws|if you can never use them?

- Stop that how ling!|- I cant help it, Pop!|Wild dogs how I at the moon!

There will be no wild dogs|in this family!

Then may be I dont want to be|in this family!

Like it or not,|you are a part of this family.

And until you start acting like it,|you can just get used...

to being out here every night!

Hey, Angel! Huh?

Why dont you come on out, kay?

I cant.

- The pup is in chains.|- Come back, you mangy mutt!

Hold still so I can take you in|all peaceable-like.

Hey ! Whered you go?

Ah. What the--

Hey, drop that!

Defacing a county officers--|Oh, come on now. Thats no fair.

Come on now.|Hand it over, girl.

Hey ! Oh, that--

Hey, drop that!

Hey, gotcha! its off to the pound|with you, big fella. Huh?

Boy, when I get outta here,|lm gonna do something fierce.

Im gonna get you--

You little mutt!|Youre gonna see what mad is!

Ill get you yet, you hooligans!

Oh, come on!

# Far from here|is where I want to be #

# Somewhere out there|loose and running #

# Nobodys leash to hold me|Nobodys hugs to crush me #

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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